Spend Matters welcomes another guest post from NPI, a spend management consultancy, focused on delivering savings in the areas of IT, telecom and transportation. Last […]
From E2Open's CEO Mark Woodward. 5 Supply Chain Predictions For 2013, The Year Of The Network -- t's that time of year when we celebrate […]
There has been an increasing trend to bundle up activities that aren’t necessarily clearly related and hand them over a to a single prime contractor. But are the pros and cons of this being considered properly and carefully? Is this happening for the right business reasons, or purely because it is fashionable and looks like it should make life easier for the buyer and their organisation? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons.
A thought crossed my mind after reading a short missive by Procurement Leaders' Paul Teague about what makes an ideal category manager. Paul starts his […]
Savings opportunities in relocation services come from several areas. Typically, the largest addressable spend areas (in roughly declining order of size) fall into this pattern […]
While some might argue that Google has essentially catalogued the world – from books to blogs – the search giant fails to provide a universal […]